Out Of The Box

Humans have worn shoes for centuries. It's only lately that we've become obsessed with one particular genre. Out of the Box: The Rise of Sneaker Culture traces the origins of athletic shoe popularity from a set of spiked running shoes that pre-date the Lincoln administration to the latest Yeezys. This broad assortment draws on the collections of multiple companies and museums, as well as some private stashes, and is accompanied by interviews and essays, as well as a special section on the work of Nike legend Tinker Hatfield.

  • Off The Road

    "Exploration" has a far different meaning now than it did in the days of Lewis & Clark. Yet despite our high-tech existence, our urge to experience the great outdoors hasn't waned. Off the Road: Explorers, Vans, and Life Off the Beaten Track celebrates this spirit with a collection of adventures and various ways to take them. From Land Rovers and Jeeps to converted buses and motorcycles, it covers a broad range of vehicles and equipment, photographed with care amid breathtaking landscapes that provide a much-needed break from our plugged-in lifestyle.

  • Where's Warhol

    Like a Waldo book for the art lover, Where's Warhol? sends the titular pop artist back through time to visit key moments in art history and mingle with the luminaries of the day. Each of the twelve scenes was painstakingly researched by art historian Catherine Ingram and brought to life by illustrator Andrew Rae. From the Renaissance to the Bauhaus, the book is equal parts informative and amusing, and ideal both children and big kids alike.

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